Moncler Mokacine Classic Womens Down Coats Zip Belt Style Black::Moncler Uomo

Product Name:Moncler Mokacine Classic Womens Down Coats Zip Belt Style Black

 

Product Price:USD 277.4464

 

Product In Stock

 

Product Image:

 

Product Description:

Moncler Mokacine Classic Womens Down Coats Zip Belt Style Black‘,another great work from the moncler.Its filler of white goose weather has made the cloak extraordinarily warm and light; with unique style, luxury and elegance, wearers can have typical taste attractiveness and grace.It surely will help you look so much in. Even in chilly winter, you still can have a real personality and be full of charms in it. Well what are you waiting for.just come to our website and get your favourite ‘Moncler Mokacine Coats Womens‘.

Brand: Moncler
Sleeve: Long Sleeve
Filler: 90% white goose down
Lining Material: Polyester
Style segments: England
Fabric Material: Nylon
Plate type: Slim type
Dry clean or machine wash
Signature logo patch
Lining Material:Nylon
Lining Material:Polyester
Brand new with retail packing
With tag
Short style
Hot sell.

About Moncler:
Moncler is the abbreviation of Monestier de Clermon,a famous france brand for the coats.Today,moncler is the leader in winter cloth,when the cold winter comes,we are accustomed to think of either the heater at home or the bloated clothing,which can keep us warm,moncler coats give us a different impressions of the winter.We dont need to afraid of the winter any more,just because we have the ‘Moncler Coats Womens‘.

 

Product Rating: 4.88 (from 177673 reviews)

Other information about the product:

Moncler Uomo

Moncler Vest

Moncler Coat

Moncler Online

Cheap Moncler Jacekets

Moncler Outlet

Robe Coats Trend Alert For Fall 2014–cheap moncler jackets


Robe Coat Trend Alert For Fall 2014

It seems so long ago when the Fall 2014 runway shows were taking place in Europe and New York back in February. In the last few months we are starting to see some of those actual clothes and trends arriving in US stores.  One of the biggest emerging trends related to jackets or coats that I picked up on back then was the “Robe Coat”.    They have a great loungey look and are very easy to wrap yourself in them.  In my opinion they are the perfect combination of style and comfort.  They look more dramatic and chic when you are cinching them closed,moncler t shirt especially over a slick pencil skirt or sexy dress.  Meanwhile you can wear these coats open and loose over jeans or slim pants and get a more casual look.

A lot of designers showed stunning versions of the robe coat at their runway shows back in February. Some of the examples are Altazurra,moncler hoodie Celine,moncler jacket sale The Row and several others.  I have included some of the pictures below to get you inspired for your fall/winter wardrobe.  The best part is that there are many lower price versions of these styles out there as well.  Anyone can find one that works for them from color to silhouette and price.  Below I have also included a few Robe coats I like  from brands that are more accessible to most of us with links to their websites to view.  I am definitely in the hunt for one right now and will keep you informed when and where I find it.

What do you think; will you be shopping for one?

Altuzarra

Altuzarra

 

Alberta Ferretti

Alberta Ferretti

 

Celine

Celine

 

Creatures Of The Wind

Creatures Of The Wind

 

Donna Karan

Donna Karan

 

Altuzarra

Altuzarra

 

Chloe

Chloe

 

The Row

The Row

 

Richard Chai-Love

Richard Chai-Love

Below I have included a few Robe coats available online that I like from brands that are more accessible to most of us with links to their websites to view –

CLICK THE IMAGES To View:

Click To See This Coat At ASOS.com

Click The Image Above to See This Coat At ASOS.com

 

Click To See This Coat At H&M.com

Click The Image Above To See This Coat At H&M.com

 

Click To See This Coat At Mango.com

Click The Image Above To See This Coat At Mango.com

 

Click To See This Coat At Bloomingdales.com

Click The Image Above To See This Coat At Bloomingdales.com

 

Click To See This Coat At Zara.com

Click The Image Above To See This Coat At Zara.com

 

Click To See This Coat At Bergdorg-Goodman.com

Click The Image Above To See This Coat At Bergdorg-Goodman.com

Robe Coat Trend Alert For Fall 2014

It seems so long ago when the Fall 2014 runway shows were taking place in Europe and New York back in February. In the last few months we are starting to see some of those actual clothes and trends arriving in US stores.  One of the biggest emerging trends related to jackets or coats that I picked up on back then was the “Robe Coat”.    They have a great loungey look and are very easy to wrap yourself in them.  In my opinion they are the perfect combination of style and comfort.  They look more dramatic and chic when you are cinching them closedmoncler down jacketmoncler vest, moncler t shirt especially over a slick pencil skirt or sexy dress.  Meanwhile you can wear these coats open and loose over jeans or slim pants and get a more casual look.

A lot of designers showed stunning versions of the robe coat at their runway shows back in February. Some of the examples are Altazurramoncleremoncler womens coats, moncler hoodie Celine,

My Favorite Looks From The Milan Fall 2014 Fashion Week | Jacket Society–moncler coat

My Favorite Looks From The Milan Fall 2014 Fashion Week

As the Paris fall 2014 fashion week is in progress,moncler usa I wanted to look back and do a small recap of my favorite looks from Milan fall 2014 fashion week which ended a few days ago.  Even though Paris is the capital of fashion,moncler shorts I have a lot of love and admiration for Italian designers and the talent and workmanship that comes out of that country.  Italy being one of my most favorite countries to visit,moncler womens coats it has the best of all things I love,moncler women great fashion,moncler store food,moncler outlet store design,moncler men art and architecture.

It is always difficult to choose your favorite looks and collection when there is so much talent out there.  But I have tried to base my picks mainly on great outerwear and jackets.

Gucci

What I loved most about this collection was its well tailored,moncler vest crisp and sexy looks which stay true to the Gucci woman no matter what is going on in the rest of the fashion world.  I think a lot of women have a hard time with all the oversized looks that are being shown right now especially when its oversized over oversized shapes that hide a woman’s curves completely.  I think Frida Giannini understands that a woman needs to show some shape.  I also loved her use of soft pastel colors for fall which was refreshing.  Here are just a few of the looks I loved.

Gucci

Gucci 3

Gucci 1

Roberto Cavali

Cavali is another designer that is all about sex appeal but usually with a bit of rock and roll mixed into a chic and classy look.  This combination sometimes does not work so well but this season I think he got it just right.  I loved all the fur,moncler canada python,moncler t shirt prints and jewels mixed in just the right way.  Here are just a few of the looks I loved.

Roberto Cavali 1

Roberto Cavali 2

Roberto Cavali 5

Marni

Consuelo Castiglioni took a lot of the trends that are happening and mixed them all together.  Somehow she got it right, she is the best at doing odd mixes and making them somehow work.  There was fur, feathers, sportiness and military all mixed in one.  I loved the beautiful earthy colors which was a nice change from black.  Here are just a few of the looks I loved.

Marni 4

Marni 1

Marni 2

Max Mara

I love menswear influences for women.  It’s just a classic that never goes out of style.  Max Mara’s team showed Seville Row tailoring and menswear inspired looks beautifully.  Even though some pieces were on the oversized side and quilted, somehow they worked because they still had some shape.  I loved all the sleeveless coats and vests, classic menswear tweeds mixed together and with fur.  Here are just a few of the looks I loved.

Max Mara 2

Max Mara 3

Max Mara 5

 

Salvatore Ferragamo

Massimilano Grornetti’s subtle more luxurious and a little serious look seems to work really well.  This was a very chic and classy collection that covered enough trends but stayed true to its core customer.  Beautiful plaids, animal prints, fur and feathers and leather done in unexpected ways.  Here a just a few of the looks I loved.

Salvatore Ferragamo

Salvatore Ferragamo 4

Salvatore Feragamo 2

What were your favorite looks from Milan fall 2014 fashion week?

My Favorite Looks From The Milan Fall 2014 Fashion Week

As the Paris fall 2014 fashion week is in progress, moncler usa I wanted to look back and do a small recap of my favorite looks from Milan fall 2014 fashion week which ended a few days ago.  Even though Paris is the capital of fashion, moncler shorts I have a lot of love and admiration for Italian designers and the talent and workmanship that comes out of that country.  Italy being one of my most favorite countries to visitmoncler vest, moncler womens coats it has the best of all things I love, moncler women great fashionmoncler grenoble, moncler store food, moncler outlet store design, moncler men art and architecture.

It is always difficult to choose your favorite looks and collection when there is so much talent out there.  But I have tried to base my picks mainly on great outerwear and jackets.

Gucci

What I loved most about this collection was its well tailored, moncler vest crisp and sexy looks which stay true to the Gucci woman no matter what is going on in the rest of the fashion world.  I think a lot of women have a hard time with all the oversized looks that are being shown right now especially when its oversized over oversized shapes that hide a woman’s curves completely.  I think Frida Giannini understands that a woman needs to show some shape.  I also loved her use of soft pastel colors for fall which was refreshing.  Here are just a few of the looks I loved.

Gucci

Gucci 3

Gucci 1

Roberto Cavali

Cavali is another designer that is all about sex appeal but usually with a bit of rock and roll mixed into a chic and classy look.  This combination sometimes does not work so well but this season I think he got it just right.  I loved all the furmoncler londonmoncler shoes, moncler canada python, moncler t shirt prints and jewels mixed in just the right way.  Here are just a few of the looks I loved.

Roberto Cavali 1

Roberto Cavali 2

Roberto Cavali 5

Marni

Consuelo Castiglioni took a lot of the trends that are happening and mixed them all together.  Somehow she got it right, she is the best at doing odd mixes and making them somehow work.  There was fur, feathers, sportiness and military all mixed in one.  I loved the beautiful earthy colors which was a nice change from black.  Here are just a few of the looks I loved.

Marni 4

Marni 1

Marni 2

Max Mara

I love menswear influences for women.  It’s just a classic that never goes out of style.  Max Mara’s team showed Seville Row tailoring and menswear inspired looks beautifully.  Even though some pieces were on the oversized side and quilted, somehow they worked because they still had some shape.  I loved all the sleeveless coats and vests, classic menswear tweeds mixed together and with fur.  Here are just a few of the looks I loved.

Max Mara 2

Max Mara 3

Max Mara 5

 

Salvatore Ferragamo

Massimilano Grornetti’s subtle more luxurious and a little serious look seems to work really well.  This was a very chic and classy collection that covered enough trends but stayed true to its core customer.  Beautiful plaids, animal prints,

Visiting The Louis Vuitton Exhibit In Los Angeles–moncler jas


Visiting The Louis Vuitton Exhibit In Los Angeles

I hope everyone had a wonderful Valentine’s Day.  Normally we like to stay home for Valentine’s Day since going out to dinner can get very stressful. But this year it fell on a Saturday; so we decided to make a fun “date” out of it.  I have wanted to visit the Louis Vuitton Series 2 exhibit in Los Angeles since it opened back on Feb. 6th,moncler milano so we decided to head out to Hollywood to see the exhibit and have dinner later at Fig and Olive which is a restaurant we both wanted to try for a long time.

Let me tell you that the exhibit was well worth a visit.  Nicholas Ghesquiere became the artistic director of Louis Vuitton in November 2013 and this is his vision of the time travel through past-present-future of the brand.  The exhibit has seven rooms and it shows the process behind Ghesquiere’s technique in putting his spring 2015 ready-to-wear collection and fashion show together,moncler t shirt which was shown in Paris back in October of 2014 and just hit the Louis Vuitton Stores last week.

  • 1st room – called the “Abstract Title” shows the oversized neon logo which was initially the seal of the founder Louis Vuitton who launched his house as a trunk maker back in 1854.
  • 2nd room – called the “Talking Faces” allows visitors to experience the opening animation of Ghesquiere’s spring 2015 women’s collection for Louis Vuitton.
  • 3rd room – called the “Magic Trunk” shows one of the house’s most recognizable products in hologram projections. Heritage pieces include Greta Garbo’s LV monogrammed shoe trunk circa 1926 purchased at Bullocks in Los Angeles. (Sold recently for$37,moncler ski500)
  • 4th room – “Savior-fair Room” focuses on the “Malletage” (famous Louis Vuitton bag) inspired by the inside of a Vuitton trunk.
  • 5th room – “Backstage” recreates a fashion show’s backstage space,moncler bady rolling racks of the clothes with some of the actual runway pieces.
  • 6th room – “Infinite Show Room” is a 360 degree projection room showing runway shots of all the 48 looks from this collection,moncler jackets coming at you at every angle and in a continual loop.
  • 7th room – “Accessories Gallery” showcases the accessories on the pure canvas of Marte Mei van Haaster’s scanned,moncler vest 3-D printed figures alongside heritage pieces.

As you get ready to exit,moncler femme there is an area for souvenir stickers for you to take home.(The idea for the stickers came from the luggage labels that were often affixed to Vuitton’s trunks in the golden age of transport)  These stickers are images taken from the prints on the white denim pieces in the collection that included a hair dryer,moncler men lipstick,moncler sale headphones,moncler shoes etc.  Everyone also gets a free “Louis Vuitton Series 2” poster.

We tried to take as many pictures as we could for you to see the entire effect.  But if you live in the Los Angeles area I highly recommend you visiting the show as it is a visual treat and you can only get the real experience by being there.  The exhibit closes this weekend on February 22nd, it is located at: 1135 N Highland Ave Los Angeles CA Open 10am – 6pm.

Afterwards we went to dinner at Fig and Olive.  Pascal Lorange is the famous chef behind the food which is influenced by the coastal regions of south of France, Italy and Spain.  It has a beautiful ambiance inside and is very spacious, the great food was amazing and even though it was Valentine’s Day, the service was not that bad.  I would highly recommend this restaurant if you are in New York, Los Angeles or Chicago.  We truly enjoyed our meal and over all had a fantastic Valentine’s Day.

What did you do for Valentine’s Day, I would love to know.

Visiting The Louis Vuitton Exhibit In Los Angeles-1906

Visiting The Louis Vuitton Exhibit In Los Angeles-1994

Visiting The Louis Vuitton Exhibit In Los Angeles-1911

Visiting The Louis Vuitton Exhibit In Los Angeles-1921

1st Room – Abstract Title

Visiting The Louis Vuitton Exhibit In Los Angeles-1928

2nd Room – Talking Faces

 

Visiting The Louis Vuitton Exhibit In Los Angeles-1934

3rd Room – Magic Trunk

 

Visiting The Louis Vuitton Exhibit In Los Angeles-1958

Accessories Gallery

 

 

Visiting The Louis Vuitton Exhibit In Los Angeles-1943

Accessories Gallery

 

Visiting The Louis Vuitton Exhibit In Los Angeles-1963

Visiting The Louis Vuitton Exhibit In Los Angeles-1972

Infinite Show Room

 

Visiting The Louis Vuitton Exhibit In Los Angeles-1975

Backstage

 

Visiting The Louis Vuitton Exhibit In Los Angeles-1976

Vest With Sticker Prints

 

Visiting The Louis Vuitton Exhibit In Los Angeles-1993

Accessories Gallery

 

Visiting-The-Louis-Vuitton-Exhibit-In-Los-Angeles-FigandOlive

Fig & Olive – Melrose Place – West Hollywood

 

Visiting The Louis Vuitton Exhibit In Los Angeles-1999

Fig & Olive – Melrose Place

 

Visiting The Louis Vuitton Exhibit In Los Angeles-2001

Fig & Olive – Melrose Place

 

Visiting The Louis Vuitton Exhibit In Los Angeles-2004

Happy Valentines

 

Visiting The Louis Vuitton Exhibit In Los Angeles

I hope everyone had a wonderful Valentine’s Day.  Normally we like to stay home for Valentine’s Day since going out to dinner can get very stressful. But this year it fell on a Saturday; so we decided to make a fun “date” out of it.  I have wanted to visit the Louis Vuitton Series 2 exhibit in Los Angeles since it opened back on Feb. 6th, moncler milano so we decided to head out to Hollywood to see the exhibit and have dinner later at Fig and Olive which is a restaurant we both wanted to try for a long time.

Let me tell you that the exhibit was well worth a visit.  Nicholas Ghesquiere became the artistic director of Louis Vuitton in November 2013 and this is his vision of the time travel through past-present-future of the brand.  The exhibit has seven rooms and it shows the process behind Ghesquiere’s technique in putting his spring 2015 ready-to-wear collection and fashion show together, moncler t shirt which was shown in Paris back in October of 2014 and just hit the Louis Vuitton Stores last week.

  • 1st room – called the “Abstract Title” shows the oversized neon logo which was initially the seal of the founder Louis Vuitton who launched his house as a trunk maker back in 1854.
  • 2nd room – called the “Talking Faces” allows visitors to experience the opening animation of Ghesquiere’s spring 2015 women’s collection for Louis Vuitton.
  • 3rd room – called the “Magic Trunk” shows one of the house’s most recognizable products in hologram projections. Heritage pieces include Greta Garbo’s LV monogrammed shoe trunk circa 1926 purchased at Bullocks in Los Angeles. (Sold recently for$37, moncler ski500)
  • 4th room – “Savior-fair Room” focuses on the “Malletage” (famous Louis Vuitton bag) inspired by the inside of a Vuitton trunk.
  • 5th room – “Backstage” recreates a fashion show’s backstage spacemoncler vest, moncler bady rolling racks of the clothes with some of the actual runway pieces.
  • 6th room – “Infinite Show Room” is a 360 degree projection room showing runway shots of all the 48 looks from this collection, moncler jackets coming at you at every angle and in a continual loop.
  • 7th room – “Accessories Gallery” showcases the accessories on the pure canvas of Marte Mei van Haaster’s scanned, moncler vest 3-D printed figures alongside heritage pieces.

As you get ready to exitmoncler mens jacketsmoncler boots, moncler femme there is an area for souvenir stickers for you to take home.(The idea for the stickers came from the luggage labels that were often affixed to Vuitton’s trunks in the golden age of transport)  These stickers are images taken from the prints on the white denim pieces in the collection that included a hair dryer, moncler men lipstick, moncler sale headphones, moncler shoes etc.  Everyone also gets a free “Louis Vuitton Series 2” poster.

We tried to take as many pictures as we could for you to see the entire effect.  But if you live in the Los Angeles area I highly recommend you visiting the show as it is a visual treat and you can only get the real experience by being there.  The exhibit closes this weekend on February 22nd, it is located at: 1135 N Highland Ave Los Angeles CA Open 10am – 6pm.

Afterwards we went to dinner at Fig and Olive.  Pascal Lorange is the famous chef behind the food which is influenced by the coastal regions of south of France, Italy and Spain.  It has a beautiful ambiance inside and is very spaciousmoncler milano, the great food was amazing and even though it was Valentine’s Day, the service was not that bad.  I would highly recommend this restaurant if you are in New York, Los Angeles or Chicago.  We truly enjoyed our meal and over all had a fantastic Valentine’s Day.

What did you do for Valentine’s Day,

Fashion Movies A look At Some Of The Best So Far–moncler jackets


Fashion Movies A look At Some Of The Best So Far

I have always loved going to the movies and my husband and I try to incorporate seeing a good movie into a lot of our date nights. Even when we are staying in at home,moncler womens jackets we always try and find movies we haven’t seen before and watch them on Netflix or Apple TV. A new upcoming movie I have eagerly been waiting to see is called “Dior and I” It is in limited release right now across the USA and last Wednesday night a premier was held by invitation only in downtown LA at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. I am hoping to see it this weekend,moncler jassen and if I succeed in finding a local art house movie theatre to see it,moncler outlet store I will write about it on Tuesday’s blog story.

So with this movie in mind,moncler outlet uk I thought it would be a good idea to do a quick story about some of my favorite fashion movies,cheap moncler mostly all fimed documentary style. I have added a trailer for each one and written a short synopsis for each one to help you decide which one may interest you. You may have to do some searching on the interent  but most of them are available on Netflix,moncler femme Amazon,moncler jackets Apple TV or even YouTube.  I hope you will give some of them a try if you have seen them,moncler jacke regardless I would love hear your opinions on them and let me know about some you have seen and that I may not have heard of.

Dior and I (2015)

Frédéric Tcheng’s solo directorial debut brings the viewer inside the storied world of the Christian Dior fashion house with a privileged,moncler womens coats behind-the-scenes look at the creation of Raf Simons’ first haute couture collection as its new artistic director-a true labor of love created by a dedicated group of collaborators. Melding the everyday,moncler gilet pressure-filled components of fashion with mysterious echoes from the iconic brand’s past, the film is also a colorful homage to the seamstresses who serve Simons’ vision.

 

  1. Valentino: The Last Emperor (2008)

This movie provides a first-time glimpse into Valentino’s world of bygone glamour. Filmed from June 2005 to July 2007, the crew shot over 250 hours of footage with exclusive, unprecedented access to Valentino and his entourage. The resulting non-fiction film is a portrait of an extraordinary partnership, the longest running in fashion, and a dramatic story about a master confronting the final act of his celebrated career.

3. Yves Saint Laurent (2014)

In January 1958, Yves Saint Laurent (Pierre Niney) – aged merely 21 – was unexpectedly called upon to oversee the legendary Paris fashion house established by recently deceased Christian Dior. All eyes turned to this very young assistant as he presented his first collection for Dior and instantly ascended to the heights of haute couture’s elite class. During Saint Laurent’s breathtaking and groundbreaking show, he met with another fate in being introduced to Pierre Bergé (Guillaume Gallienne), patron of the arts, future love of his life and lifelong business partner. Three years later, the two founded the Yves Saint Laurent Company, which would rapidly become one of the biggest luxury powerhouses on the planet. Directed by Jalil Lespert with a screenplay by Lespert and Marrie-Pierre Huster, YVES SAINT LAURENT is at once a captivating story about the making of an icon and a testament to the power of enduring love.

 

  1. Coco before Chanel (2009)

Amélie and The Da Vinci Code star Audrey Tautou stars as legendary fashion designer Coco Chanel in this biopic penned by director Anne Fontaine and screenwriter Camille Fontaine in collaboration with Christopher Hampton. Based on the Chanel biography L’Irrégulière (The Nonconformist) by author Edmonde Charles-Roux, Coco Avant Chanel features dresses from the Chanel collection. House of Chanel art director Karl Lagerfeld also steps onboard to supervise the creation of accessories and costumes.

5.  The September Issue (2009)

An intimate, funny and surprising look at Anna Wintour, editor-in-chief of “Vogue” magazine for 20 years, and her team of larger-than-life editors as they create this must-have Bible of fashion. Filmmaker R.J. Cutler explores the untouchable glamour of Wintour’s Vogue to reveal the extraordinarily passionate people at its heart. He takes us behind the scenes at Fashion Week, to Europe, on shoots and reshoots, and into closed-door staff meetings, bearing witness to an arduous, entertaining, and sometimes emotionally demanding process. At the eye of this annual fashion hurricane is the two-decade relationship between Wintour and Grace Coddington, incomparable creative director and fashion genius. They are perfectly matched for the age-old conflict between creator and curator. Through them, we see close-up the delicate creative chemistry it takes to remain at the top of the ever-changing fashion field.

 

  1. The eye has to Travel – Diane Vreeland (2011)

During Diana Vreeland’s fifty year reign as the “Empress of Fashion,” she launched Twiggy, advised Jackie Onassis, and established countless trends that have withstood the test of time. She was the fashion editor of Harper’s Bazaar where she worked for twenty-five years before becoming editor-in-chief of Vogue, followed by a remarkable stint at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute, where she helped popularize its historical collections. Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel is an intimate portrait and a vibrant celebration of one of the most influential women of the twentieth century, an enduring icon who has had a strong influence on the course of fashion, beauty, publishing and culture.

 

(function() {
var sc = document.createElement(‘script’); sc.type = ‘text/javascript'; sc.async = true;
sc.src = ‘/data/js/81674.js'; sc.charset = ‘utf-8′;
var s = document.getElementsByTagName(‘script’)[0]; s.parentNode.insertBefore(sc, s);
}());

Fashion Movies A look At Some Of The Best So Far

I have always loved going to the movies and my husband and I try to incorporate seeing a good movie into a lot of our date nights. Even when we are staying in at home, moncler womens jackets we always try and find movies we haven’t seen before and watch them on Netflix or Apple TV. A new upcoming movie I have eagerly been waiting to see is called “Dior and I” It is in limited release right now across the USA and last Wednesday night a premier was held by invitation only in downtown LA at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. I am hoping to see it this weekend, moncler jassen and if I succeed in finding a local art house movie theatre to see it, moncler outlet store I will write about it on Tuesday’s blog story.

So with this movie in mind, moncler outlet uk I thought it would be a good idea to do a quick story about some of my favorite fashion movies, cheap moncler mostly all fimed documentary style. I have added a trailer for each one and written a short synopsis for each one to help you decide which one may interest you. You may have to do some searching on the interent  but most of them are available on Netflix, moncler femme Amazon, moncler jackets Apple TV or even YouTube.  I hope you will give some of them a try if you have seen them, moncler jacke regardless I would love hear your opinions on them and let me know about some you have seen and that I may not have heard of.

Dior and I (2015)

Frédéric Tcheng’s solo directorial debut brings the viewer inside the storied world of the Christian Dior fashion house with a privilegedmoncler vest, moncler womens coats behind-the-scenes look at the creation of Raf Simons’ first haute couture collection as its new artistic director-a true labor of love created by a dedicated group of collaborators. Melding the everyday, moncler gilet pressure-filled components of fashion with mysterious echoes from the iconic brand’s past, the film is also a colorful homage to the seamstresses who serve Simons’ vision.

 

  1. Valentino: The Last Emperor (2008)

This movie provides a first-time glimpse into Valentino’s world of bygone glamour. Filmed from June 2005 to July 2007, the crew shot over 250 hours of footage with exclusive, unprecedented access to Valentino and his entourage. The resulting non-fiction film is a portrait of an extraordinary partnership, the longest running in fashion, and a dramatic story about a master confronting the final act of his celebrated career.

3. Yves Saint Laurent (2014)

In January 1958moncler online shop, Yves Saint Laurent (Pierre Niney) – aged merely 21 – was unexpectedly called upon to oversee the legendary Paris fashion house established by recently deceased Christian Dior. All eyes turned to this very young assistant as he presented his first collection for Dior and instantly ascended to the heights of haute couture’s elite class. During Saint Laurent’s breathtaking and groundbreaking show, he met with another fate in being introduced to Pierre Bergé (Guillaume Gallienne),  patron of the arts, future love of his life and lifelong business partner. Three years later, the two founded the Yves Saint Laurent Company, which would rapidly become one of the biggest luxury powerhouses on the planet. Directed by Jalil Lespert with a screenplay by Lespert and Marrie-Pierre Huster, YVES SAINT LAURENT is at once a captivating story about the making of an icon and a testament to the power of enduring love.

 

  1. Coco before Chanel (2009)

Amélie and The Da Vinci Code star Audrey Tautou stars as legendary fashion designer Coco Chanel in this biopic penned by director Anne Fontaine and screenwriter Camille Fontaine in collaboration with Christopher Hampton. Based on the Chanel biography L’Irrégulière (The Nonconformist) by author Edmonde Charles-Roux, Coco Avant Chanel features dresses from the Chanel collection. House of Chanel art director Karl Lagerfeld also steps onboard to supervise the creation of accessories and costumes.

5.  The September Issue (2009)

An intimate, funny and surprising look at Anna Wintour, editor-in-chief of “Vogue” magazine for 20 years, and her team of larger-than-life editors as they create this must-have Bible of fashion. Filmmaker R.J. Cutler explores the untouchable glamour of Wintour’s Vogue to reveal the extraordinarily passionate people at its heart. He takes us behind the scenes at Fashion Week, to Europe, on shoots and reshoots, and into closed-door staff meetings, bearing witness to an arduous, entertaining, and sometimes emotionally demanding process. At the eye of this annual fashion hurricane is the two-decade relationship between Wintour and Grace Coddington, incomparable creative director and fashion genius. They are perfectly matched for the age-old conflict between creator and curator. Through them, we see close-up the delicate creative chemistry it takes to remain at the top of the ever-changing fashion field.

 

  1. The eye has to Travel – Diane Vreeland (2011)

During Diana Vreeland’s fifty year reign as the “Empress of Fashion, ” she launched Twiggy, advised Jackie Onassismoncler womens coats, and established countless trends that have withstood the test of time. She was the fashion editor of Harper’s Bazaar where she worked for twenty-five years before becoming editor-in-chief of Vogue, followed by a remarkable stint at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute, where she helped popularize its historical collections. Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel is an intimate portrait and a vibrant celebration of one of the most influential women of the twentieth century, an enduring icon who has had a strong influence on the course of fashionmoncler jumper, beauty, publishing and culture.

 

(function() {
var sc = document.createElement(‘script’); sc.type = ‘text/javascript'; sc.async = true;
sc.src = ‘/data/js/81674.js'; sc.charset = ‘utf-8′;
var s = document.getElementsByTagName(‘script’)[0]; s.parentNode.insertBefore(sc,